Hamed Majidzadeh

I am currently an assistant professor of Environmental Science at Southern New Hampshire University. Previously, I served as a coastal environmental quality program specialist for the South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium. Prior to that, I was a post-doctoral research associate at Clemson University, as well as a research assistant at Clemson and Auburn University.
My current and past work have focused on the impacts of watershed disturbances such as urbanization, flooding, and wildland fire on the source and drinking water quality. I moved to New England in 2019, and found that one of the best places to pursue my passion and previous work, would be the Merrimack watershed council, with a mission to “improve and conserve the Merrimack River watershed for people and wildlife through advocacy, education, recreation, and science.”